Corrections

09/01/1999


 

  • Siemens Energy & Automation was left out of Control Engineering's 1999-2000 Control and Automation Buyer's Guide , published July/August 1999. Siemens Energy & Automation is located at 3333 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, Ga, 30005. This division's listings will be added to the online version of the Buyer's Guide and can be viewed at www.controleng.com/buyersguide .

  • An entry in the Literature Mart section of Control Engineering's 1999-2000 Control and Automation Buyer's Guide , published July/August 1999, p. 16, listed an incorrect price for Cimlogic Inc.'s Toolbox/WD electrical schematic software product. The correct price is $2,495. For more information on Cimlogic's Toolbox/WD, see "Electrical Schematic Software" in this issue's Products&Software section, p.147, see the corrected entry in the Product and Literature Showcase supplement mailing with CE , Oct.'99, or visit www.cimlogic.com .

  • A news item, "Process Controller Tuning Guidelines aid users, " CE , Aug. '99, p. 22, promoted an Online Extra article about the guidelines, but neglected to include ControlSoft (Cleveland, O.) as a provider of software that helps users collect and analyze process data to determine appropriate controller tuning values. For more information about ControlSoft and its Intune software, Circle 353 or visit www.controleng.com/freeinfo.





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